Grab one of these naturally super soft baby burp cloths, with extra bamboo in the material, this is probably the softest burp cloth we make, they are fantastic as an alternative to a muslin, and the absorbent nature of bamboo means they will gently take any moisture away from baby’s soft skin.
At approx 48cm x 33cm They are large enough for a wide variety of uses whilst bringing all the natural benefits of organic bamboo and cotton. They are lovingly handmade in Devon.
Bamboo has some wonderful properties which make it the best choice to use for your baby. I first came across bamboo material because my little boo suffers from eczema and I was looking for a muslin alternative that could help. Bamboo is hypoallergenic, moisture absorbent and quick drying. it is amazingly soft and really does feel silk like. Bamboo is antibacterial even after multiple washes!! This helps to reduce the bacteria that may live on the material and therefore causing less skin irritation.
All items will be carefully wrapped in tissue paper with Boolins Organic stickers and twine so can be sent directly to the recipient as a gift.
- Handmade item
- Materials: bamboo, organic bamboo, organic cotton, cotton
- Made to order
Why bamboo feeding / burp cloths?
|Antibacterial||Antibacterial - keeps you odor free and feeling and smelling fresh|
|Super absorbant||Highly sweat absorbent (Pulls moisture from skin for evaporation - moisture wicking) - keeps you dry|
|Insulating||Keeps you cooler in summer and warmer in winter|
|Super soft||One of the softest fabrics on the planet you'll love the way it feels|
|UV||Naturally UV protectant - protect yourself from skin cancer|
|Hypoallergenic||Natural bamboo does not cause allergic reactions|
|Good for the planet||Most eco-friendly fabric on the planet - help save your planet|
Why organic baby products
|Super soft||Kinder to use on baby’s soft and sensitive skin|
|No harsh chemicals||No pesticides, insecticides or herbicides|
|Kinder to the environment||No synthetic fertilisers going into the soil|
|Kinder to cotton growers||People handling the cotton are exposed to less harmful chemicals|